Liquidity prints

Liquidity prints detect points in price where buyers or sellers are being absorbed/exhausted, indicative of price being on a path of resistance. Prints are backtested by measuring historical likelihood of halt or turn in price shortly after a print.

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Overview

Liquidity prints

Confluence

Table

Backtest

Events (Alerts)

Overview

Liquidity prints

Confluence

Table

Backtest

Events (Alerts)

Overview

Liquidity prints

Confluence

Table

Backtest

Events (Alerts)

Practical tips

Practical tips to maximize success with Liquidity prints

Practical tips

Practical tips to maximize success with Liquidity prints

Optimal environment

Prints work best on volatile parabolas and ranging market environments. Steady, low volatile trends on the other hand tend to be worse with more mute/lagged or completely failed reactions.

Optimal environment

Prints work best on volatile parabolas and ranging market environments. Steady, low volatile trends on the other hand tend to be worse with more mute/lagged or completely failed reactions.

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Timeframe hierarchy

Higher timeframe prints dictate how well prints perform on lower timeframe. If higher timeframe has a bearish print and lower timeframe a bullish print, bearish overrides the bullish.

Timeframe hierarchy

Higher timeframe prints dictate how well prints perform on lower timeframe. If higher timeframe has a bearish print and lower timeframe a bullish print, bearish overrides the bullish.

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Points of interest #1

Points in price where it anyway makes sense to favor one side over the other are key points of confluence for prints as well. Prints into clean range highs/lows with clean taps can be valuable for optimal entry timing

Points of interest #1

Points in price where it anyway makes sense to favor one side over the other are key points of confluence for prints as well. Prints into clean range highs/lows with clean taps can be valuable for optimal entry timing

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Points of interest #2

Prints that don't match underlying bias (e.g. bullish prints at range high, bearish prints at range low) should be avoided until clear evidence has developed favoring them, such as a convincing break through a level followed by a re-test.

Points of interest #2

Prints that don't match underlying bias (e.g. bullish prints at range high, bearish prints at range low) should be avoided until clear evidence has developed favoring them, such as a convincing break through a level followed by a re-test.

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Failed prints

Prints that are immediately rejected aggressively are more likely prints that end up failing. Failed prints are ideal for future reference, as liquidity still likely exists there. Re-tests into these levels often provide sensible entries.

Failed prints

Prints that are immediately rejected aggressively are more likely prints that end up failing. Failed prints are ideal for future reference, as liquidity still likely exists there. Re-tests into these levels often provide sensible entries.

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Stacked confluence

Stacked confluence doesn't come too often and is worth paying special attention to, as multiple benefitting factors are in place simultaneously.

Stacked confluence

Stacked confluence doesn't come too often and is worth paying special attention to, as multiple benefitting factors are in place simultaneously.

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Taps into resistance

From a more zoomed out perspective, any larger zone with multiple prints taking place inside are potential topping/bottoming processes taking place, also worth paying attention to.

Taps into resistance

From a more zoomed out perspective, any larger zone with multiple prints taking place inside are potential topping/bottoming processes taking place, also worth paying attention to.

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